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Sanne Mariël Moedt

I am an Arctic Ecologist specializing in the study of freshwater ecosystems and their response to climate change. Inspired by my first expedition to Svalbard, I am committed to gain a better understanding of the Polar Regions and their ecosystems in order to contribute to conservation and climate literacy. I hold a Bachelors in Biology … Continue reading Sanne Mariël Moedt

Dr. Bathsheba Demuth presents on “Do Whales Judge Us? Interspecies History and Ethics” at DIAS, University of Southern Denmark

University of Southern Denmark’s Danish Institute of Advanced Studies (DIAS) is hosting Dr. Bathsheba Demuth as part of their Opening Reception for CONNECTIONS exhibition. Dr. Demuth is an northern environmental historian and author and her talk titled “Do Whales Judge Us? Interspecies History and Ethics” is on September 1st, 2021 (14.00-15.00 GMT +2). Entrance to … Continue reading Dr. Bathsheba Demuth presents on “Do Whales Judge Us? Interspecies History and Ethics” at DIAS, University of Southern Denmark

Nastasia Freyria

I am a PhD student in Oceanography, specifically environmental biology at Laval University, Québec. I study the adaptive responses of Arctic microbial phytoplankton communities in the North Water and how environmental factors impact these communities. The most efficient way to understand how organisms are adapted is to have a sound knowledge of genetic capacity of … Continue reading Nastasia Freyria

Tina Soliman Hunter

I am a Professor of Energy and Resources Law at Macquarie University, but I was formerly the former Director of the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law (AUCEL). I am an Honorary Professor at the University of Eastern Finland and Murdoch University, and a Visiting Professor at the Biological Research Institute, Tomsk State University, Russian … Continue reading Tina Soliman Hunter

Anna Varfolomeeva

I am an environmental anthropologist interested in the themes of indigeneity, human–resource relations and multispecies encounters in the Arctic and Siberia. I grew up in Karelia, Northwestern Russia, and my passion for Indigenous studies originates there, at the time when I started studying the rare Veps language at school. Years later, I returned to my … Continue reading Anna Varfolomeeva